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Been looking at Bruks chippers, would like to know if anyone has used or owed one and are they a good machine and which engine did it have?

cheers Mark.[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCz1Mez8U18]ROTTNE F18 med BRUKS 805.2 på Elmia Bioenergy maj 2010 - YouTube[/ame]

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Very good chippers, one of the best imo. Either Erjo or Bruks. That one will almost certainly have a donkey engine under the chip box. Can't remember what engine the one i used had on it. It was about 450 HP as I recall.

 

Alistair Beddel @ Practicality Brown has a ERJO in the same setup. Give him a call.

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Very good chippers, one of the best imo. Either Erjo or Bruks. That one will almost certainly have a donkey engine under the chip box. Can't remember what engine the one i used had on it. It was about 450 HP as I recall.

 

Alistair Beddel @ Practicality Brown has a ERJO in the same setup. Give him a call.

 

prac-browns machine is based on a timberjack1210 hell of bit of kit,worked in front of it a few times,also derek(flatcap)can sure make the machine work to its full:biggrin:

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prac-browns machine is based on a timberjack1210 hell of bit of kit,worked in front of it a few times,also derek(flatcap)can sure make the machine work to its full:biggrin:

 

That's been for sale on ebay a few times; have they still got it?

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